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Aoi unabara, Movie, 1957 IMDB

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Gongora ES

2021-03-14 18:56

Japnese drama filmed in Yokohama, Japan
Released 1957 30 July
Directed by Tsuneo Kobayashi
Hibari Misora´s bike
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Lateef NO

2021-03-14 19:07

Beautiful pictures :)

Gongora ES

2021-03-14 19:11

Thank you ;)

130rapid PL

2021-03-14 20:36

And lovely vehicles' set! :king:

Gongora ES

2021-03-14 20:58

Dziękuję Ci!! Thank you very much, I was actually looking for Japanese cars but I think Yokohama at that time was an American naval base, so most of the cars were American

Jnglmpera JP

2021-03-15 13:04

As always, gracias for giving people like me images of what life looked like before our time! :)

Gongora wrote I think Yokohama at that time was an American naval base, so most of the cars were American

While Yokosuka is the bigger USN port (with the 7th Fleet stationed there alongside the JMSDF), Yokohama still has some (albeit diminished) US military presence (see: Yokohama North Dock, Ikego and Negishi Housing Complexes)... That being said they're far less likely to drive around American cars now (in fact when I go to open bases I see more Japanese owned US cars in the areathan "Y-number" US cars).

Plus I wouldn't discount government and civilian-owned American cars since US models were status symbols at the time, some of which were sold to them by GIs.

-- Last edit: 2021-03-15 13:06:21

Gongora ES

2021-03-15 19:48

For mi is a pleasure! My favourite cars are 1950s japs... ;)

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